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February 19th, 2010

Greensboro City Council considering UNCG School of Pharmacy

Abstract:
UNCG's bid to become only the second public university in the state with a school of pharmacy cleared a major hurdle last Wednesday when the Greensboro City Council approved a resolution in support of a proposal to build a school of pharmacy. This clears the way for UNC-system president Erskine Bowles to begin a review of the university's plans for the new program.

A review team will arrive the first week of March with a final proposal being submitted to Bowles by April. Chancellor Linda Brady hopes a school of pharmacy will build on UNCG's existing public health programs such as nursing, nutrition and the soon-to-be-implemented Nanoscience co-venture with North Carolina A&T.

"As the continues to age the already existing shortage of pharmacists will become more acute," said Brady.

Brady hopes that this new school will attract pharmacutical companies to the Piedmont-Triad and graduates will attain high-paying jobs upon graduation.

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